Nvidia 460.39 proprietary graphics driver is now available for Linux, BSD and Solaris systems. This release introduces support for GeForce RTX 3060/3070/3080 laptop GPUs, as well as for the GeForce GT 1010 GPU and various improvements.
New NVIDIA graphics drivers vulnerabilities have been patched in all supported Ubuntu releases. Users are urged to update as soon as possible!
Nvidia 460.32.03 display driver is now available for Linux, BSD and Solaris systems. This release adds support for RTX A6000 GPUs, new Vulkan extensions, and numerous other improvements and bug fixes.
The Nvidia 455.38 proprietary graphics driver is now available for download on Linux, BSD and Solaris systems. This release brings support for the GeForce RTX 3070 graphics card, AMD Secure Memory Encryption compatibility, and various bug fixes.
Nvidia 455.28 graphics driver for Linux adds performance improvements for DOOM: Eternal and DiRT Rally 2.0 games, support for Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080/3090 graphics cards.
The Nvidia 450.66 graphics driver for Linux, BSD and Solaris systems is now available for download. This release brings support for several new GPUs and more Vulkan improvements.
Nvidia 450.57 proprietary Linux graphics driver is now available for download. This is a major update that improves support for Vulkan apps and adds many new features, enhancement and bug fixes.
Canonical released new Linux kernel and NVIDIA graphics drivers security updates to address three vulnerabilities that affect the Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, Ubuntu 19.10 and Ubuntu 18.04 LTS releases.
Nvidia released the Nvidia 440.100 proprietary Linux graphics driver with support for new GPUs better support for Pascal-based notebooks, and new “Connector-N” display device aliases in the X configuration.
Nvidia released the Nvidia 440.82 proprietary graphics driver for GNU/Linux distributions with initial support for Linux kernel 5.6 and a workaround for DOOM Eternal on Steam Play.
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Nvidia 440.59 proprietary graphics driver is now available for Linux, BSD, and Solaris systems with various new features and improvements.
Nvidia announced that it will no longer support its oldest legacy GPU driver series for Linux systems, except for the 390 series, which will be supported until the end of 2022.